The Internet Initiatives Development Fund (IIDF) is the largest Russian venture capital fund. It assists digital and technology startups, at the idea and MVP stages, by providing investments for rapid growth. At first, IIDF’s own team developed the product as an internal service. After testing the hypotheses, they decided to turn it into a full-fledged recruitment app. To do this, they needed a team with experience that could build HRM software through hypothesis-driven development.

They turned to Evrone for help creating a platform for finding a startup co-founder or team members. In 3 months, we developed a complete web application and also tested customer scripts to make sure that all functions worked as expected for hypothesis testing. Read the full case study here.

Evrone is, above all, a skilled Ruby team. And, as experts in Ruby development, we’d like to invite you to test your knowledge in our new Ruby Quiz compiled by top senior developers.

Inside, you’ll find seven questions with several possible answers, only one of which is correct. If you answer all the questions correctly, you get an opportunity to win one of the prizes: Apple AirPods Pro, Yandex.Station or an Electrolux humidifier!

We will choose the winners using a random number generator on the Evrone YouTube channel. Stay tuned!

ViaVR is a startup that provides b2b VR solutions by offering virtual reality headsets for rent. The main partners of the service are hotels, which place helmets in the rooms where guests can rent them for a certain amount of time.

When they approached Evrone, ViaVR had already begun to capitalize on the advantages of virtual reality in the hospitality industry. But in order to continue expanding their services, they needed help developing better video CMS software and tools for managing VR devices.

Read the full case study here. has launched gamified online courses for children in Brazil, the USA, Canada, China, South Africa, and other countries around the world. In early November 2020, a service for teaching mathematics and programming, DinoLab, was launched in India.

The client approached Evrone for development, as we already had experience with gamified online platform development. At the beginning of October 2020, we completed the new online platform for interactive education, DinoLab, and at the beginning of 2021, switched to a systematic product development role.

Uploadcare provides companies with simple, powerful, developer-friendly building blocks to handle file uploading, processing, and delivery. With Uploadcare, developers can cover the entire file cycle fast, eliminating months of manual work.

You can receive files from your users with an uploading widget or upload them via API call. Process them on the fly with dozens of CDN features, or REST API. And then deliver them directly from multi-vendor CDN. Everything is simple for the smallest project and compliant for the largest enterprise.

Evrone partnered with Uploadcare to improve their Ruby and Python libraries, making the solutions up to date and more accessible and useful for software developers.

Brag House is a platform that gives casual college gamers the experience of being professional esports gamers. Built on long-standing college rivalries, they have created an intramural experience that centralizes all the features of professional esports, from commentary to in-game interviews and game analyses. Brag House is providing a community where students can compete, talk trash, and win prizes.

By the time Evrone joined the project, the client already had a prototype in the form of an application for mobile devices. Most of the mobile backend used AWS Amplify, which limited certain functionality. So the client decided to use Python to create an MVP, rewriting the backend of the application in Django. They turned to Evrone for help, as we have vast experience in Python project development and the expertise to provide continuous integration for Django projects.

Evrone has an office in the city of Voronezh, Russia, along with many other IT companies. But, there was no big professional IT conference held in Voronezh. We decided to fix this with ITea Conf, an event where you can learn, share expertise, and engage in networking.

ITea Conf was organized by Evrone, DataArt, DSR Corporation, Quantori, and the BeerJS enthusiast community. We decided to make a multi-stream conference about different technologies so that every IT specialist would find something interesting there. For the frontend and backend streams, we discussed Python, Ruby, Rust, Java, Go, Node.js, and .NET.


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